Home of Ari Fuld’s Murderer Slated to be Demolished

By Sephardic News Nov 27, 2018 12:31 PM

Pictured Above: Ari Fuld at his home in Efrat, Israel. Courtesy: Yishai Fleisher.

(November 27, 2018 / JNS) The home of Khalil Jabarin, the murderer of 45-year-old father of four and Israel activist Ari Fuld, will be demolished, according to an announcement by the Israel Defense Forces.

Jabarin stabbed Fuld in the back outside a grocery store and shopping center in Gush Etzion on Sept. 16.

Though mortally wounded, Fuld, leapt up and chased Jabarin, who was already rushing toward civilians in his vicinity, and pulled his firearm, shooting and neutralizing Jabarin before he could cause additional injuries.

Fuld was pronounced dead at a Jerusalem hospital, but Jabarin suffered moderate injuries and was evacuated to a Jerusalem hospital for treatment.

The IDF said Jabarin’s home on the third story of a three-story building in Palestinian Authority-controlled Yatta would be demolished, but that the remainder of the building would be left intact.